Eagles, owls, snakes and other animals visit Lakewood

Nature’s Educators brought its animals to educate Lakewood residents

Joseph Rios
jrios@coloradocommunitymedia.com
Posted 8/25/20

Eagles, snakes, owls and other creatures invaded Lakewood’s 40 West ArtLine as Nature’s Educators and their animals visited the city. Nature’s Educators, a nonprofit educational wildlife …

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Eagles, owls, snakes and other animals visit Lakewood

Nature’s Educators brought its animals to educate Lakewood residents

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Eagles, snakes, owls and other creatures invaded Lakewood’s 40 West ArtLine as Nature’s Educators and their animals visited the city.

Nature’s Educators, a nonprofit educational wildlife organization based in Sedalia, Colorado, visited Mountair Park at 5620 W. 14th Ave on Aug. 22 to educate the public about some of its animals. Staff members of Nature’s Educators brought out its animals in different rotations and talked to the public about characteristics of the animals like their behavior, habitats and other features.

Among the animals who visited the park included a golden eagle, an eastern screech owl, a gila monster lizard, snakes and more. Nature’s Educators was recently featured at Lakewood’s virtual Earth Day celebration. The 40 West ArtLine is a four-mile walking and biking experience that goes through neighborhoods along West Colfax Avenue and the W Line light rail in the 40 West Arts Creative District.

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